Analysis of marital cohesion and adaptability of Vietnam veteran families

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Veterans -- United States -- Psychology., Vietnam War, 1961-1975 -- Psychological aspects., Post-traumatic stress diso
Statementby Debbie Bardwell.
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This study examined the associations between Vietnam veterans' levels of war-related symptoms of arousal and avoidance and their spouses' perceptions of their current family cohesion, adaptability. The families of a random sample of Vietnam veterans receiving treatment at a specialist PTSD Unit were invited to participate in this study.

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